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A revised polytomous key for the identification of species of the genus Xiphinema Cobb, 1913 (Nematoda: Longidoridae) with exclusion of the X. americanum-group
A revised polytomous key to the 172 valid species (excluding the X. americanum-group) is presented and because of the very large number of species the key is split into eight groups on the basis of development of the anterior female genital branch, uterine differentiation and tail shape.
A revised polytomous key for the identification of species of the genus Longidorus Micoletzky, 1922 (Nematoda: Dorylaimoidea). Supplement 1
The codes for thirteen species of Longidorus , described since the acceptance for publication of the revised polytomous key (Chen et al. , 1997) are given; together with notes on L. pisi, L.
The Family Pratylenchidae Thorne, 1949
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    Manual of Agricultural Nematology
  • 17 December 2020
The Xiphinema americanum-group (Nematoda : Longidoridae). 2. Observations on Xiphinema brevicollum Lordello & da Costa, 1961 and comments on the group
A critical review of the article of Lamberti et al. (1992) with descriptions of X. brevu:ollum, X. diffusum, and three new species, which show to be c10sely related to each other, and a detailed characterization of the Xiphinema americanum-group.
Two New Species of Longidoridae (Dorylaimida) From Saudi Arabia
Two new species of Longidoridae are described from poorly growing date palms in Saudi Arabia, both characterized by round, continuous lip region, bilobed amphids and hemispherical female tail.
Dorylaimoidea From Some Subantarctic Islands
Nine new species of Dorylaimoidea are described, collected by Mr. W. Spaull on ten subantarctic islands, and resemble Rhyssocolpus, a genus whose validity is doubted.
Free-Living and Plant-Parasitic Nematodes From Venezuela
This paper gives a taxonomic survey of free-living and plant-parasitic nematodes collected by Dr. M. Oostenbrink in Venezuela in the spring of 1962. The list contains 219 species, for each of which
Freeliving and plant parasitic nematodes from Spitzbergen, collected by Mr. H. van Rossen
In July 1965 Mr. H. VAN ROSSEN visited Spitzbergen as nematological participant of an expedition organized by I.Y.F.S.N.N (International Youth Federation for the Conservation and Study of Nature), from which the field work was done.